Hashicorp IPO : Cloud software vendor HashiCorp files for IPO
Revenue at HashiCorp, a company that helps developers manage cloud infrastructure, surged 49% in the second quarter, according to the company’s filing to go public on Thursday.
NYSE ticker symbol “HCP” will be used to identify the corporation.
For its 1,500 employees, HashiCorp describes itself as a “remote-first corporation with a global distributed workforce.” Mitchell Hashimoto, one of the firm’s co-founders, launched the company in 2012.
|Company Name||HashiCorp, Inc.|
|Exchange||NASDAQ Global Select|
|Employees||1650 (as of 10/31/2021)|
|Shares Over Alloted||—|
|Company Address||101 2ND STREET, SUITE 700 SAN FRANCISCO CA 94105|
Cloud-based open-source software, such as Terraform and Vault, is available from HashiCorp. Subscription revenues made up nearly all of the company’s revenue for the quarter ending July 31, up from $50.5 million in the same period last year.
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